America and the Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1933-1939

Young scholars examine the U.S. stance regarding the Sino-Japanese conflict. In this diplomacy lesson, students analyze the sanctions employed by United States on Japan when they took over  Manchuria. Young scholars determine how actions by the United States may have contributed to ill feelings and ultimately led to the Pearl Harbor attack. Students respond to essay questions following their research.

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Grade
9th - 12th
Subjects
Social Studies & History
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Instructional Strategy
Research
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